Lia Weaver went against everything she’d ever known when she risked her life to help a Farther fugitive named Gabe escape from the Aeralian soldiers, and her life changed forever. And the Frost changed, too—the Farthers have taken over her village, a new group of vigilantes calling themselves the... show more
Lia Weaver went against everything she’d ever known when she risked her life to help a Farther fugitive named Gabe escape from the Aeralian soldiers, and her life changed forever. And the Frost changed, too—the Farthers have taken over her village, a new group of vigilantes calling themselves the Blackcoats are making plans to overthrow the Farther occupiers, and the Thorns are seeking for her to join them. Lia seeks to fight back against the evil and injustice that has swallowed up her home, but danger lurks at every turn. The monsters that dwell in the deepest regions of the Frost are growing bolder and more dangerous every day, a Farther noble takes up residence in the village on a mysterious mission, and Lia discovers even more secrets embedded in her past. As the frozen world of the Frost grows even more perilous, can Lia survive?
Publish date: September 6th 2012
Pages no: 266
Edition language: English
Series: The Frost Chronicles (#2)
I didn't find this book as enjoyable as the first one, although it still kept up a good pace and developed the story further in an interesting way. None of the story developments seemed intrinsically major, though, which was disappointing.Another thing that bugged me is the sight of what looks like ...
I don't actually know what to think about this book. Pretty good. But it's a bit boring unlike the first one, Frost. BUT, I do admit that I freakin' like Adam. I liked him from the start of this series. I knew or maybe I hoped that in the end they'll be together. I don't like Gabe that much, actuall...
My emotions when i finished it: It's three o'clock in the morning, and i've just finished this amazing book ....and i'm speechless, because everything that i wanted "Frost" to be, this one was! The writing...once again i have to mention it : _It was freaking perfect, the descriptions were spot on,...
This second book in the Frost Chronicles was just as good as the first. I liked the romance in the first book, but I ended up liking the romance that begins to develop in Thorns even better, which kind of surprised me because I don't typically like love triangles all that much. I really enjoy Kate A...